Jack Thompson has given a TV interview on MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews where he points the finger of blame at the hugely popular online tactical shooter, Counter-Strike, and claims that the game helped train Cho Seung-Hui to kill 33 fellow students in Virginia.
Thompson begins the interview with Hardball's Chris Matthews by quoting the Washington Post as reporting that Hui's associates and colleagues said he was "immersed incredibly" in the game Counter-Strike.
He then says Cho Seung-Hui was "able to go from room to room very calmly, efficiently, coolly killing people".
According to Thompson he was able to do this because he had trained on Counter-Strike. But rather than another TV station giving the lawyer five minutes to throw his unproven theories and ideas into the world, Chris Matthews picks him apart on almost everything he says.
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April 19, 2007